Subject: R723-726 | Medicine(all) | Medical philosophy. Medical ethics | Research
<p>Abstract</p> <p>Kafka's writings are frequently interpreted as representing the historical period of modernism in which he was writing. Little attention has been paid, however, to the possibility that his writings may reflect neural mechanisms in the processing of se... View more
1. Mishara AL: The disconnection of external and internal in the conscious experience of schizophrenia: Phenomenological, literary and neuroanatomical archaeologies of self. Philosophica 2004, 73:87-126.
2. Mishara AL: Is minimal self preserved in schizophrenia? A subcomponents view. Consciousness and Cognition 2007, 16:715-721.
3. Mishara AL: Autoscopia: Disruption of self-experience in neuropsychiatric disorders and anomalous conscious states. In Handbook of Phenomenology and Cognitive Science. Edited by: Gallagher S, Schmicking D. Berlin: Springer; 591-634.
4. Gusnard DA: Being a self: Considerations from functional imaging. Consciousness and Cognition 2005, 14:678-697.
5. Levine J: Materialism and qualia: The explanatory gap. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 1983, 64:354-61.
6. Mishara AL: Missing links in phenomenological clinical neuroscience? Why we are still not there yet. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 2007, 20:559-569.
7. Jaspers K: In Reason and Existence. Edited by: Trans Earle W. New York: Noonday; 1955.
8. Gadamer H-G: In Truth and method. Edited by: Trans. Weinsheimer J, Marshall DG. New York: Continuum; , 2 1993:.
9. Mishara AL: Human ambivalence to body: Precondition for social cognition and its disruption in neuropsychiatric disorders. Philos Psychiatr Psychol 15:234-237.
10. Kafka F: In The Complete Stories. Edited by: Glatzer N. New York: Schocken Books; 1983.